- Conference date: 19–21 November 2012
- Location: Chitkara University, Barotiwala, India
Fission fragment mass distributions were measured in the heavy-ion induced fission using target nucleus. The mass distributions changed drastically with incident energy. The results are explained by a change of the ratio between fusion and qasifission with nuclear orientation. A calculation based on a fluctuation dissipation model reproduced the mass distributions and their incident energy dependence. Fusion probability was determined in the analysis. Evaporation residue cross sections were calculated with a statistical model in the reactions of and using the obtained fusion probability in the entrance channel. The results agree with the measured cross sections of and , produced by and , respectively. It is also suggested that the sub-barrier energies can be used for heavy element synthesis.
- Heavy ion induced fusion
- Nuclear fusion power
- Fusion reactions
- Chemical reaction cross sections
- Heavy ion reactions
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